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The Best Christmas Markets In Europe To Visit

The Best Christmas Markets In Europe To Visit

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The best Christmas markets in Europe are here. Find out what Christmas markets you need to visit in Europe. These European markets are to die for.

The festive season is (finally) here, and what better way to celebrate than a trip to one of Europe’s best Christmas markets. These bauble-adorned hubs are the perfect spots to get your mulled wine fix and to eat your way through the continent’s gingerbread supply (I need winter insulation, okay). So grab your friends and hop on a plane! Strictly no Scrooges allowed. Here is the list of the best Christmas markets in Europe.

1. Berlin Christmas Market

Good for: Having a go on the rides before a slice (or three) of freshly-baked gingerbread.

2. Strasbourg Christmas Market

Good for: Food, and lots of it. It’s truly one of the┬ábest Christmas markets in Europe.

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3. Amsterdam Christmas Market

Good for: Munching on Dutch waffles by the canals.

4. Frankfurt Christmas Market

Good for: Getting some serious Christmas tree inspo.

5. Leeds ‘German’ Christmas Market

Good for: Pretending you’re in Germany as you wander through wooden cabin stalls.

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6. Birmingham Christmas Market

Good for: Stocking up on Christmas pressies – this is the largest Christmas market outside of Germany, after all.

7. Hyde Park Christmas Market

Good for: Gliding across the ice rink and pretending you’re on Dancing on Ice.

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8. Copenhagen Christmas Market

Good for: Shopping your way through the Tivoli Gardens – just make sure to bring a coat!

9. Zagreb Christmas Market

Good for: Putting all those singing-in-the-shower ‘rehearsals’ to good use as you join in with festive carols. Of course it makes the list of┬ábest Christmas markets in Europe.

10. Prague Christmas Market

Good for: Mulled wine, mulled cider, mulled everything.

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